Issue of March 29, 2020
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SMEs help in COVID mgmt
by Press release

Micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSME) in the Cordillera helped augment the lack of facemasks in the region by sewing some for frontline workers  and the public in general.

In Kalinga, more than 3,000 pieces of facemasks were produced in a week’s time.

SMEs from other provinces are also sewing masks to augment the shortage. 

Kalinga’s Carol Lines Ethnic Fashion, Balik-Tribo Fashion Accessories, Kinwa Etnika Handicrafts, Jajie’s Native Fashion & Ifka’s Weaving and other members of the Chamber of Kalinga Producers, Inc. are also donating their resources, time, and effort to help frontline workers.

In Mountain Province, the Montañosa Weavers Association and Guinzadan Weavers, a recipient of sewing machines and looms under DTI’s shared services facility donated facemasks to the local government of Sagada. 

For Benguet, DTI in coordination with the local government of Tuba setup from March 24 to 27, rolling stores in barangays Nangalisan, Camp 4, Twin Peaks, and Taloy.

Items sold in these rolling stores were provided by Tiong San La Trinidad through the coordination of DTI Baguio-Benguet.

The DTI also activated local price coordinating councils to prevent and curb the possibility of price manipulation. 

The DTI has also coordinated with the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group to look into the reported scam and online selling of medical devices at high prices.

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